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HHB CDR830 BurnIT CD Recorder
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The HHB CDR830 BurnIT CD Recorder can burn CDRs and CDRWs using pro or consumer quality discs. High-precision 24-bit A/D converters and 24-bit multil...Click To Read More About This Product
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Solidly built for studio use.
The HHB CDR830 BurnIT CD Recorder can burn CDRs and CDRWs using pro or consumer quality discs. High-precision 24-bit A/D converters and 24-bit multilevel Delta Sigma A/D converters deliver recordings of the highest possible quality. Precise laser assembly means CDR and CDRW discs are written with exceptional accuracy, providing greater compatibility with other players and recorders. Features SCMS-free digital input for easy recording from CD, DAT, MD, or hard disk. Includes three syncro record modes and a built-in sample rate converter (32-48kHz). Its CD Text feature stores disc, track, and artist names with every recording (each entry up to 120 characters). Digital record gain controls on each input lets you balance material from different sources. I/O includes unbalanced RCA phono analog and coaxial and optical S/PDIF digital.
- 24-bit A/D converters
- 24-bit multilevel Delta sigma A/D converters
- Precise laser assembly for exceptional accuracy
- Features SCMS-free digital input for easy recording from CD, DAT, MD, or hard disk
- Three synchro record modes
- Built-in sample rate converter (32-48kHz)
- Text feature stores disc, track, and artist name with every recording (each entry up to 120 characters)
- Digital record gain control
- RCA phono analog I/O
Outfit yourself with a truly high-quality machine and burn superior-quality CDs.
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I use this at work, in my theatre, since I am the sound technician I have had my hands on this. The BurnIT is great because of its simplicity. It has RCA Inputs and RCA Outputs thats all, which is nice. On the front in order to record all you hav eto do is insert a disc, press record, set your level, and hit play to start recording, then his play/pause to insert a track pressing it again will start recording for that new track. Easy I like it a lot the quality of the burnt audio is also very nice.
Works VERY well. Never had a bad burn. Works with all kinds of discs.